Definition of the mass of
- The mass of the iceberg is below the surface of the water.
- His policies are supported by the (great/broad) mass of the people.
: a celebration of the Eucharist (see Eucharist 1)
: a musical setting for the ordinary of the Mass
: a quantity or aggregate of matter usually of considerable size
: expanse, bulk
: massive quality or effect
: to form or collect into a mass
: to assemble in a mass
: of or relating to the mass of the people
: participated in by or affecting a large number of individuals
: having a large-scale character
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